Stories

Alum in local band

Matt Kretzmann, a 1998 Minnehaha graduate, relates his experience playing music in high school to his current life playing in Tapes 'n Tapes.

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Raising purple pride

  MA students find ways to raise their horn by Cristina Anfang Talon staff writer By the end of the NFL football season Minnehaha’s normal  purple and gold jerseys sported around school, had changed to a sea of green and gold. Two Minnehaha students wanted to change that trend at …

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Showing what they know

Seniors at MA did roughly 25% better than the average American on a religion survey.

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iLearn?

Some schools are experimenting with iPads in the classroom. Does the tablet computer have a future at Minnehaha?

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Choosing your language

What influences a decision to learn one language instead of another?

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On Target

A longtime favorite of Northeast Minneapolis and now Target Field is reviewed.

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Energy awareness

Small steps can save big bucks on the school’s energy bill By Pauline Ojambo Talon staff writer Walking in from the cold Minnesota weather it’s reassuring to know that as soon as you step through the commons, you’ll be greeted with the warmth of the heaters. While sitting in class …

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Families face choice

Bloomington families weigh options; most will continue at South Campus in Minneapolis By Kersten Chelgren Talon Staff Writer The families of 40 Minnehaha students have been forced to decide what to do next year as their beloved Bloomington campus closes. Many teachers and families are sad to say goodbye, but …

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A fond farewell

Members of the Minnehaha community express sadness as the Bloomington campus heads into its final months.

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Fourth trip to state

The Minnehaha girls varsity basketball team came up short this year in their attempt to repeat as state champions, losing in the championship game 68-61 to the Braham Bombers.

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